In his 1st post, he says... "Pardon my crude Photoshop skills.Brianmet said:I wouldn`t change it either.
Just wondering though, what computer program did you use to make the "raised" traverse picture, or did you find that picture somewhere on the internet?
I hear you, and unfortunately in the current market the only fire road capable 3 row is probably the Ascent. The new Pilot has less clearance than our 2nd gen and they moved away from protecting and hiding lines under the vehicle. It's too bad because the higher spec AWD system on the High Country should be decent off road.cintocrunch,
Thanks for your comments. I really like the Traverse and it's people-hauling ability (room, comfort and power). Maybe Chevy should come up with a Traverse "X" 4WD, not for rock climbing but a little more off-roadish (I like fire roading and taking the kids exploring without worrying about getting stuck and without having to buy another car for that)--heck, Chevy made a 4-cylinder Traverse, which absolutely makes no sense to me for a people-hauler!
Anyway, let's see what Chevy comes up with next. I have mixed feelings about the new Blazer, but that's another subject.
Thanks for the chat.
No they are not difficult to make... it would be interesting if someone found a kit that works, but I doubt any other manufacturer has one that does. Your best bet would be something else in the GM family.I have mentioned this on here before, but something like this would work great.
This is for a Kia Sorrento, but I am sure making a set for a Traverse wouldn't be difficult. ****, You may be able to do some measuring and see if the Bolt Circle on the top of the strut and the spring diameter is the same as the KIA.
Daystar front and rear 2 inch lift kit for 2006-2011 Kia Sorento. This kit will raise the front of the Sorento 2 inches while leveling it out with the rear. In stock now! ka09100bkwww.daystarsuspensionparts.com